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A Day at Disney

A mother learns a lesson about honesty on a trip with her children

I recently took a trip to Disney World with my family and learned a lesson about rigorous honesty and practicing these principles in all my affairs.

One of the parks has a show children can participate in where they train to be a Jedi and fight Darth Vader. My boys are both huge Star Wars fans, so we made it a point to get to the park early and secure them a spot. When we got to the check in counter, I noticed a sign stating that all future Jedis must be between the ages of 4 and 12. My younger son is 3 ½. I knew I had to make a decision: do I lie and tell them my son is 4 or do I... Login to read more
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